Vagina That Feels Sore, Itchy, And Vaginal Discharge?
I brtnya, I bru married December 2018, trs on January 27, I got menstrual blood and just finished bloodless outside on 7 March, then I connected my husband brsma, then I felt my vaginal lips sore when connected, then but I saw my vagina turned out to be white and itchy, I tried to wash it when the water didn’t work, and I also urinated frequently, and I tried to wash it with warm betel leaf water, and it didn’t feel itchy, but I saw my vagina was white , that’s why, before marriage I didn’t do that … mhon explained …
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Vagina that feels sore, itchy, and vaginal discharge may indicate an infection. One of the most common types of infections that cause this complaint is candidiasis. However, do not rule out the possibility, other microorganisms, such as bacteria, viruses, or parasites also contribute to this complaint. This infection around the vagina, can go up to the urinary tract, and make you urinate more often, because the distance between the urinary hole and the vaginal opening is very close to women. This infection can arise because it is triggered by the cleanliness of intimate organs that are less well maintained, changes in the balance of normal flora and acidity in the vagina, as well as unsafe and responsible sexual activity.
Not only infection, several other conditions, such as hormonal fluctuations before menstruation, during pregnancy, or menopause, irritation or allergic to substances that come into contact with the vagina, malignancy, to other inflammation around the reproductive organs can also trigger complaints like you experience.
If the complaint feels very disturbing and affects the quality of your sexual relations with your partner, you should check it directly to your doctor or skin and genital specialist yes. To be clear about the cause of your complaint, your doctor can recommend that you conduct further tests, such as cervical mucus examination, urine tests IVA test, pap smear, and so on. For now, first try to resolve your complaint with these steps:
Do not scratch the vagina, although it feels itchy Clean the vagina after every shower and after sexual intercourse, simply by using clean water, do not use soap or perfume carelessly Use underwear made from cotton, not linen Change clothes in periodically, at least 2 times a day Do not engage in risky sex, be loyal to your partner Do not carelessly take medication Do not let certain chemical substances come into contact with your vagina before the doctor declares that you are safe to do so, such as pantyliners, spermicides, sexual lubricants, etc. Drink more water Hope this helps ...